Credited cast:
Marco Sugimoto
Calvin Jung ...
Suggzy Sugimoto
Helen Ota ...
Helen Yoshida
Louise Mita ...
June Endo
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Heidi Ahn ...
Master Chang
Nurse "cassandra"
A.M. Lai ...
Wallace Chin
Slim Jim Chong / Art
Larry Tazuma ...
Izak Zabek ...
Ambulance Driver


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9 August 2002 (USA)  »

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Savage Boys  »

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Yep, it is as awful as it sounds.
6 February 2005 | by (Cape Town) – See all my reviews

I have nothing positive to say about this movie, even if I only watched about half of it - not that I left during the movie, but I simply keep my concentration so I had to switch channels.

And every time I switched back rating dropped another point (and as I always start at 5 it didn't take long to reach my final vote of 1).

The acting is awful - I mean seriously awful - the plot about Asian gangs in LA is so obvious it almost hurts, but even that is nothing compared to the the dialog - well, and the title as well obviously.

In the father vs. son climax at the end of the movie, the son (the "hero") says: "Oh, so is that all me and my homies mean to you - it is just business?"

I mean come on! That's would even have sounded bad in an eighties break dance movie.

All in all, I would recommend that you do not find out if I am right. It is simply not worth it. At the time when I voted only 7 others had voted for this movie. I will be eighth - let's leave it that.

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